The Weeknd – I Feel It Coming (feat. Daft Punk)

After the brilliant ‘Starboy’ I was hugely excited to hear the second collaboration between The Weeknd and Daft Punk. ‘I Feel It Coming’ should perhaps be flipped over – this one definitely sounds like The Weeknd featuring on a Daft Punk track, placed somewhere between the live orchestration and funk-throwback styles of Random Access Memories … Continue reading

BLU J – IN 2 U

So it’s not quite an original, with Blu J this time pulling out all the stops for Ariana’s ‘In To You’ with aplomb. I really like the early vocals in this, sounding out of time compared to the original but fitting in so well with the remix.

Steve Void & No Mondays – Chemistry (ft. Clara Mae)

Pretty much dropping into the tropical/deep house box perfectly, ‘Chemistry’ is a great little debut from No Mondays and Steve Void, a Dutch producer who started making music at just 15 years old. This one makes me think that if Tiesto slowed down, his music would sound just like this. After some very popular remixes … Continue reading

Flume – Say It ft. Tove Lo (Illenium Remix)

In the UK Flume’s ‘Say It’ was his first foray into mainstream music, featuring vocals from the ever growing Tove Lo. With Illenium on remix duties you’ll hear a track that stays pretty true to the original before dropping into a much bassier melodic chorus. Simple, but effective.

Beyonce – Formation (Nuiance Remix)

Similar to the Laibert remix of ‘Formation’ that we posted soon after its release, this time Nuiance takes the track in a more chilled out direction. Stripped back and mellowed out, it’s Beyonce meets lounge meets French touch meets funk. With only three tracks on soundcloud, Seoul based Inyoung Choi has really perked our interest!

Danelle – Chairs (Ronin Remix)

With a very chilled out vibe, Danelle’s ‘Chairs’ is the perfect track to usher in autumn in the UK. With a slowly building following, the Los Angeles based singer has formed something of an alliance with producer Salda. Ronin’s remix stays pretty true to the original, bringing the vocals to the top of the mix, … Continue reading